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Q: How many right angles does a kite have?

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A kite has 4 right angles (all angles of the kite are right angles), since the kite is parallel. If the kite was cyclic, then 2 right angles. And if normal kite, then 0 right angles.

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A kite can have 1, 2 or 3 acute angles.

A kite need not have any right angles.It can have no right angles (the most common type of kite);It can have 1 right angle (where the two shorter sides, or the two longer sides meet); orIt can have 2 right angles (one between the two shorter sides, and one between the two longer sides)If it has 4 right angles it degenerates into a Rhombus as all four sides must be equal in length; but this rhombus with all four angles equal (at 90°) is called a Square.

A quadrilateral kite can have two obtuse angles and two acute angles that add up to 360 degrees.

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A kite has 4 right angles (all angles of the kite are right angles), since the kite is parallel. If the kite was cyclic, then 2 right angles. And if normal kite, then 0 right angles.

A cyclic kite. A kite is cyclic if it has only two right angles.

The diagonals of a kite cross each other at right angles

right angle triangles have right angles, but there is no such thing as a right angle kite

No, the angles aren't right angles.

A kite probably has no right angles.

No.

The top and bottom of a kite will never be equal (unless it is a square)but the left and right angles of the kite will be.

No because then it would be a square or a rectangle but a kite's diagonals meet at right angles.

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No, one example is a kite that DOES NOT have two right angles. It is not a cyclic quadrilateral. A kite that does have two right angles is one.

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